Mohali woman’s body in canal, sister accuses live-in-partner

By 16th September 2017 0 Comments


Mystery continues to shroud the death of 23-year-old Mohali resident, Gagandeep Kaur, whose body was recovered in Bhakara canal near Ghanaur (September 12) on Tuesday, almost two weeks after she was reported to be missing. Her face was badly disfigured and decomposed.“My sister can’t commit suicide. She was so god fearing. She has definitely been murdered,” repeatedly said Narinder Pal Kaur, Gagandeep’s sister. Gagan was from Malerkotla, was a divorcee and had been living-in with Manpreet Singh, an unemployed man, at a flat in TDI City for the past five months.

“After her divorce last year, we stayed briefly in Sohana at rented accommodation before my sister shifted at Manpreet’s flat,” claimed Narinder. She said that they met near city and fell in love. “Even Manpreet’s family knew about their relationship,” she claimed, adding that one could easily make out that that her death was not suicide as she had been hit hard on face before throwing in some choe in Mohali.“If that is not the case then how come her entire body is cleaned except the face which us beyond recognition,” questioned the sister. Raising the finger of suspicion towards Manpreet, who is now untraceable, she claimed that since her sister had been lost, Manpreet had shown no urgency to report the matter to the police or to trace her.





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